Question about Apple iPod classic MP3 Player
Hello everyone. I bought an 80-Gig video Ipod Classic a little over a year ago and up until last week, my Ipod has been working very well, but when I went to listen to music, the sound quality of the music was terrible. I originally thought it was the earphones I was using (which never had any trouble before last week), but the sound quality was just as terrible with a brand new pair of earphones. When the music is playing, all I can hear is a very low-volumed background-rhythm playing, no vocals, barely any bass, and no lead guitar work at all. I rotated the connector portion both pairs of earphones when plugged into the Ipod to see if this would fix the problem, but the sound quality remained the same and in certain positions, the volume would shut off entirely. All this leads me to believe there is something wrong with the Ipod itself. Any suggestions?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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